Poll Shows Michelle Obama Would Be A Loser

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In January, Democratic hearts were all aflutter. It appeared that they might not be stuck with the most unpopular president in history. According to rumors, Michelle Obama planned to make a shock announcement. 

She was running a shadow campaign for president. 

“In a bombshell article,” explained New Conservative Post, “gossip columnist and writer Cindy Adams at The New York Post revealed that she has spoken with an attorney who “may” already be working on a shadow campaign for Michelle Obama to run for the White House in 2024.

The chief gossiper for The Post claimed that Michelle has already been in touch with some heavy-hitting Democratic donors and has sent a private survey to take the temperature of the presidential waters. 

Adams says we should keep an eye out for Biden announcing he won’t be running this spring, around May, which would put Michelle Obama in the prime position to snag the Democratic nomination at the August convention.” 

A few weeks later, however, the former First Lady broke liberals’ spirits and announced she would not be running for president in 2024

Now we may know why. Michelle Obama would not beat Donald Trump according to a new poll commissioned by The Daily Mail. 

Our poll of 1000 likely voters found that she would lose to the former president by three points in a hypothetical match-up.

Some have been touting an emergency parachute for Biden for some time: draft Michelle Obama,’ said pollster James Johnson, cofounder of J.L. Partners. 

‘But it turns out voters are no more keen to vote for Michelle over Trump than they are for Biden, with Trump beating her overall and even with Independents. 

‘It was never very realistic, but this poll puts paid to the idea she can be any kind of saving force for the Democrats.’

A recent poll by The Wall Street Journal reported that the polling numbers showing Trump is leading Biden in swing states are beginning to harden. The newspaper wrote, “The poll of the election’s main battlegrounds shows Trump holding leads of between 2 and 8 percentage points in six states—Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and North Carolina—on a test ballot that includes third-party and independent candidates. Trump holds similar leads when voters are asked to choose only between him and Biden.

The one outlier is Wisconsin, where Biden leads by 3 points on the multiple-candidate ballot, and where the two candidates are tied in a head-to-head matchup.

Overall, the poll shows substantial unhappiness with Biden among voters who will have the most influence in the outcome of the election, as expanded one-party dominance in states has left just a few as politically competitive.”

Biden became president because in 2020 he won three Trump States in the “Rust Belt,” Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

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